In the Milagro de Dios cemetery in District V, a special cleaning day was held for a month to receive hundreds of residents of the capital this May 30, the day on which they celebrate Las Madres Nicaragüense.
During the day, the municipality assigned 2 permanent crews of workers for cleaning and with the support of the Ornato Directorate, maintenance was given to all the trees in the cemetery.
In a tour of the Reyna Rueda cemetery, Secretary of the Council, explained the logistics that will be provided that day for good attention to visitors.
“We are working in coordination with the ornamental brothers so that all the trees are pruned, we also have two permanent crews that clean the 16 blocks that this cemetery has, and that day we will have a doctor's station in case someone feels bad, there will be presence of the traffic police to guarantee a safe entry to the cemetery”.
All the cemeteries of the capital had a special cleaning day for a month and to maintain the cemeteries, a budget of one million córdobas is assigned to each one.
A little more than 14,000 relatives rest in the Milagro de Dios cemetery and will be able to serve the community for another year.
Julia Somarriba, a resident of the Las Fuentes neighborhood and who during this weekend did cleaning work in the resting place of her relatives, said that the day is necessary because people sometimes have no conscience.
“That the mayor's office comes to clean is a great thing, people are rude, if they remember to come see their relatives and clean, they leave the garbage where they want even if there are barrels for garbage, when you look they are already mountains of leaves, of branches, people do not understand that for it to be clean it is everyone's job”.[vc_images_carousel images=”8662,8663,8664,8665,8666″ img_size=”large”]